Junior Lauren Treiber won first prize in Mennonite Central Committee’s 2012 C. Henry Smith Oratorical Contest for her speech, “The Real Occupy Movement: Understanding Capitalism in a Christian Context,” which reflected on U.S. economic situation and what the message of the church could be.
Some Goshen College students are collaborating with community members to monitor the water quality of the nearby Elkhart River – and the students are using their new iPads to do it.
Goshen College community members gathered Tuesday, Oct. 9 and commemorated the one-year anniversary of the tragic death of Professor of Biology James S. Miller.
Dr. Peter McCown, president of the Elkhart County Community Foundation, will share the story of Gundlach and the implications of his gift during a Goshen College Afternoon Sabbatical lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 1 p.m.
The hottest big band in New York, Birdland Big Band, is coming to Goshen College for a Performing Arts Series concert on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the Music Center’s Sauder Concert Hall.
Mexican-American poet, essayist and novelist Luis Urrea will present Goshen College’s annual S.A. Yoder Lecture on “The Border, Immigration and the Devil’s Highway: A Journey with the Author Luis Urrea.”
Reception: Saturday, October 6, 2012 — 5-7 pm, Hershberger Art Gallery Abner Hershberger MFA University of Michigan, Ann Arbor MI,1970; MAT Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, ’65 BA Goshen College, Goshen, IN 1960; -additional studies: Washburn University, Topeka, KS: Notre Dame, University, South Bend. Images of North Dakota and the midwest flatland are always with me. … Keep reading »
Goshen College alumni and friends are warmly invited back to campus for Homecoming Weekend 2012, Oct. 5-7. Check out the full schedule of activities.
The winning play in the 2012 Goshen College Peace Play Contest – the only contest devoted solely to plays about peace and peace-related topics in the United States – is “Mr. Maurizio” by playwright Mic Weinblatt of Minneapolis, Minn.
By Annie Martens for Goshen Commons James Nelson Gingerich didn’t go to medical school to become a doctor. He went because he wanted to open an affordable health care center in Goshen that would build bridges across cultures. Gingerich grew up in Luxembourg with missionary parents and after that in Tennessee where his father studied … Keep reading »